Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Audio projects

Here are the audio projects generated by our class this term:

I'm going to put more details (and the files) as I get them.

"Alicia in Wonderland," based on the characters of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," only set as a reunion of sorts in a bar many years after the initial tea party. Authors: Levi Bibo, Melissa Vik, Sokphan Pan, Robert Thach, Dana Martin and Sophia Stalliviere.

"Huck Finn" is an excerpt from the classic American story "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." It focuses on the last two chapters of the Mark Twain novel, with minor editing and omissions, for a more modern feel. The dialogue remains largely unchanged though, to allow for more of a realistic experience in regard to the place and time of the story. Authors: Drew Rickman, JJ VanDyke, Christina Roberts, Ryan Phillips, Eric Bahnmiller and Cody Reid.

"DJ From Detroit" is based on the legend of "The Pied Piper of Hamlin." It has been rewritten and updated to a modern setting. Authors: Spring Atkinson, Eric Jackson, Kerry Mraz, Tina Willhite and Tony Wu.

"Thomas' Saga" follows a viking thane and his men as they set out across the sea to attack a neighboring society. Thomas' Saga is an original script written and adapted for audio play by Niklas Dupuis-Lund and produced by Sarah Chesemore, Randy Holland, Bryce Van Hoosen, Ross Swanson and Ben Hook.

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